Happy New Year! after a few weeks without roundups I'm back with a fresh round of tweets to start the new year. Well the big news is that Google is including Google+ results into their search results. Well it is news for the mainstream media, predictions and analysis of this happening where all over the net since the release of Google+. What is interesting is Twitter's reaction and the war of words that followed between Google and Twitter. It reminds me of my daughter's arguments with her 10 year old friends. Amusing.
Do not use a QR code for non mobile friendly page -> 4 mobile marketing- mistakes to avoid
QR codes are popping up everywhere and the most annoying thing is to scan one a QR code with your phone and land on page that is clearly not intended to be browsed with a phone. It is all in the details.
RT @ywdtips: So you want to design a website? Here's how --> http://ht.ly/8ox06
Great video on how to implement a design using YWD. If you are not familiar with our system this is a great introduction to how it works and how easy it is to use.
Good video, the advantages of going mobile -> Mobilizing your website [video]
Great short video from AT&T Mobile Marketing Solutions, it clearly shows the advantages of having a mobile website.
Now you have to join Google+ -> Just One B2B Social Media Reason for Google Plus: Search
This and the tweet below are about the same topic I mentioned in the introduction above. Google added Google+ to the search results. I believe this is great news for businesses, search becomes personal and the results are going to be influenced by what you liked before, what you shared in your circles and what people in your circles have liked and shared as well. The way I see it SEO (search engine optimization) took a whole new meaning and the people that click on your website link in the search results will be a better qualified lead.
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Gustavo Jabbaz started his digital career as a designer and then became a developer and these days spends most of his time as a digital marketer. A founding partner of Your Web Department, he's responsible for day-to-day operations, marketing and development strategy. He is who you talk to when you need support with SEO and/or Social Media. Gustavo Jabbaz on Google+ | Twitter